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View to main entry; kitchen to the left
Stairs leading to master suite
Rock themed sink in half bathroom
On behalf of the Museum staff, Board & volunteers, our sincere appreciation to everyone who attended our Home Tour and for making it our best ever!
My husband and I visited each of the four homes available and, while the Boulder House was the highlight, each of the homes was interesting and beautiful. It was convenient to buy our tickets through the website. The tickets/brochures came in the mail well ahead of tour day and provided useful information. We very much enjoyed the day.
BTW, we have noticed significant improvements to the Museum and its website over the last several years. Well done!
Oh so special….My husband and I did speak with you and the architect’s family and what a special thing that was and added some additional insight into such a special project. We also loved having the information on the petroglyphs and the seasonal cycles of light as provided by a member of the Yavapai nation….What a treat and What a place!!! Thanks to the museum crew of volunteers and the chair-people who the visit possible….the entire tour was special in its own way……We Loved It!!!!!We just moved to Carefree and this was a wonderful welcome event……
I was pleased to see the photos of the Boulder House. It is as architecturally exciting now as it was back in the 1980s when the Empies owned it.
I also enjoyed the Boulder House. We knew and visited the house during the years seeing it from afar. I had envisioned it so differently by seeing the outside and the small amount of windows seen from the road knowing the stone that was present within the house. I was so surprised by the light and spaciousness within the house. It was a very livable house – without children – and for those who are not challenged by stairs. I am so glad it was included within the tour as it was a high light of the tour.